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Latest News on Breast Milk
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Oct 09, 2019
Benefits of drinking raw milk are not clear but the dangers are well definedA study concluded that drinking raw milk in the first year of life could reduce the risk of fevers and respiratory infections by about 30 percent.
Sep 26, 2019
From the mouths of babes: bottles that weaned prehistoric infants found in Bavarian gravesTwo bottles came from a cemetery dating to between 800 and 450 BC, and a third from a site dating between 1200 and 800 BC.
Jan 08, 2018
Madras High Court judge's absurd extempore on breastfeeding ignores what is best for the motherThe American obsession with ‘breast is best’ has firmly come to our shores. However, the emphasis on breastfeeding ignores what may be best for the mother.
Aug 07, 2017
Watch: 2,000 Philippine mums show breast is best for babiesSome 2,000 mothers in the Philippines breastfed their babies in public in a gathering aimed at cutting infant deaths and dispelling taboos over the practice.
Jul 16, 2015
In a first-of-its kind effort, IBM to ship travelling employees' breast milk homeIn a first-of-its kind effort, IBM is planning to soon launch a service to help the company's working mothers ship breast milk home to their babies while they are on business trips.
Nov 04, 2014
Stem cells in breast milk capable of forming tissues in infants: studyStem cells in mother's breast milk may be able to develop into a range of different tissues in the offspring, including the brain, liver and kidneys.
Feb 09, 2014
Woman breastfeeds puppy to 'save its life', posts pic on FacebookThe woman from Colorado, posted a photo of her breastfeeding an orphaned four-day-old puppy on her Facebook page, explaining her decision to do so.
May 23, 2012
Breast milk antibodies help neutralize HIVOnly one in 10 HIV-infected nursing mothers is known to pass the virus to their infants.